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many believe will be a marathon session. jean elle is live in san francisco. you've been following the story from the beginning. you've been hearing the answers and questions. what kind of vibe are you getting which may this may go? >> reporter: they are directing questions at people representing people on both sides and they're not indicating how they're going to vote when asking questions. the board right now is listening to public comment and considering two hours of arguments, questions about the definition of official misconduct and if it applies before a person is sworn in. the mayor initiated this process after the sheriff pleaded guilty to a domestic violence incident. that happened before he was sworn in as sheriff. the ethics commission did vote 4-1 to uphold the charge. the former san francisco mayor saying trying to remove him from office is an abuse of power. but the attorney's office says he's not fit to be sheriff while on probation. >> a sentence to a day in the jail he runs, sentenced to probation next to the other folks that he's letting out of jail. >> most of al
if not for the pitching performance of barry zito. nba is in san francisco in san francisco near at&t park. fans are still riding high from last night's, full of praise for barry zito. >> a lot of credit for barry zito. he is everyone's hero around here. i don't think they stopped celebrating since last night as they anticipate tomorrow's game here at at&t park. the giants need a three-game sweep to get in the series. they need a great starting pitcher like they had last night in barry zito. this was the scene during game five across the street as the giants escaped elimination in the national league championship series. fans say they are thrilled the team is back in the bay where they can cheer them on. it starts at 4:37. fans say while the odds are not in their team's favor they are confident they will defy statistics and get another win. fans say it was like a mini stadium last night and great to be able to share the excitement and the torture. >> it's the way of life. we live for the torture. it's the only way we know. >> the last minute every time. we just enjoy it. just enjoy it. >> we've gone all t
enough for a record in santa rosa. 103 in gilroy. walnut creek, 102. san francisco, 92 degrees. sweltering for city standards. upper 80s in the south bay. let's take you to that live hd sky camera network right now. a bit hazy. the winds are trying to turn more onshore. we do think as we come back to our weather graphics will give us cooling throughout this week. it will stay hot for tuesday with increased fire danger and a few 100s expected. we'll talk about the cool wind when it arrives and what it's going to mean for temperatures. big-time changes in that seven-day forecast. >> we'll see you shortly. family and friends of two fishermen missing at sea for more than 24 hours are not giving up hope their loved ones will be found alive. the coast guard spent most of the day searching for the two men whose boat capsized yesterday morning near the san mateo coast. four friends left san francisco in an 18-foot boat and headed out to half moon bay. a big wave crashed into the boat sending all four overboard. two of the men had life jackets and swam to shore to find help. the other t
the window and people in san francisco are wearing shorts and flip-flops. everything short of the bathing suit outside. we say that because we did get up to 94 degrees in san francisco. very close to a record. also look at the triple digits. 103 in santa rosa. 107 in gilroy. that would give us in the bay area not only the hottest weather of the month of the season but of the entire year happening on this first full week of fall. it was good enough for records. santa rosa hit 102 shatter the old number of 87 set back in 2001. there you go. there's that test to show you how hot it is compared to where it should be this time of year. rivalling heat in the desert. palm springs at 103. we'll have a hard time dropping off in the east bay. numbers have gone down. do remember this is dangerous heat as we have been warning you for several days now. remember to drink plenty of water. take frequent breaks. even tonight if you're headed out for dinner and also remember those pets. let's take you outside to that live hd sky camera network on this hot evening. we have haze. the air quality will be slig
. >> the man a former yahoo! executive living with his wife and kids in san francisco's valley and year ago moved to new york and just last night they were shattered aeldly by their own nanny. the krims moved to the bay area before going to manhattan and took a job at ccnbc, they found the children dead in a bathtub. the family's 50-year-old nanny was lying nearby with a knife by her side. >> we know she was referred by another family, that an employee of this family for approximately two years. >> unbelievable. unbelievable. >> can't imagine. >> the krims have a 3-year-old daughter who was at the swimming lesson when the stabbings occurred. police met him at jfk and told him the tragic news. as for the nanny, she's in critical condition and police are searching for a motive. >>> dueling psychiatrists, william ayers has been in and out of courtrooms having been accused of sexually abusing several young boys under his care. his original trial ended in a hung jury and prosecutors want to retry a yerz but his attorneys and two doctors at napa hospital claim he suffers from dementia. they claim
it on their passengers the better it is for the airline industry as a whole. live at san francisco international airport, nbc bay area news. >> thank you. the world series moved to detroit today with the giants up two games to none and nbc bay area is in pleasanton the home town of one. star players. held yorks kimberly. >> reporter: brandon crawford grew up loving the giants the team he would eventually play for happen miss high school baseball coach we talked to him today and he said it was crawford's dream come true. a graduate of foothill high school in 2005 his high school coach said he always came to the field ready to learn but said what separates a 25-year-old shortstop from other players is his incredible instinct and timing which has helped the team in this post-season. >> on the field he's a terror. he's a complete gamer. if you know him he's a little bit shy off the field. not into being the guy being interviewed. when he gets on the field he's absolute terror. incredibly fun to watch. the giants brought him up. he's got his indoctrination in the big leagues. he's been fortunate to play. >>
in the south bay across san jose and even in san francisco some fog conditions. in the sacramento valley a red flag fire warning also for the northeast and south bay hills with our largest concern through tomorrow morning for the north bay hills. that's where we'll have the lowest humidity and also winds from 15 to 25 miles per hour. another 12-18 hours to go of this wind, that's going to be drying before we get changes. speaking of changes, over the next seven days we're going to track one of the strongest systems we've seen in months, at least with widespread rain that will get here and does have rain coming in that seven-day forecast. we also want to give you an update if you follow the giants and cardinals. the game is under rain delay, the rain pushing to the east. there is a batch of moderate rain near busch stadium. after that passes in the next half hour it looks as if we'll have the weather lessening up. still improvement expected over the next 30 to 40 minutes. maybe that will get going. >> jeff, thank you. we'll check back with you later. >> a well known south bay doctor is behind b
by an orange safety vest. tonight police in san francisco are warning people of an alarming scam. they say burglars are posing as utility workers to get inside homes. the suspects claim to be water department employees who want to check water faucets or test water for possible contamination. when the residents are distracted the suspect rips them off. >>> now to an nbc bay area follow up. the postal service is offering a substantial reward to help catch thieves that are stealing mail in the south bay. it's a story we first uncovered and broke last week. it seems someone has been breaking into community mail boxes in one san jose neighborhood. this is how it works. the vandals break the back panels of the boxes then steal all the mail. the u.s. postal inspector's office is offering a $10,000 reward for the arrest and conviction of the mail stealers. the office sent armed officers into rose avenue and nancy lane after a report last week on the thefts. >> any time somebody attacks a mail box like that, it is a federal crime. the crime has been committed. it's serious. >> you heard it. federal
:00 last night. luckily the coast guard and san francisco fire boats got there in time. crews rescued 22 people part of that bachelor party. the groom-to-be was taking it all in stride. the damaged boat was towed to a sausalito shop for repairs. wyche the boat hit the rock, marked by a buoy, is still under investigation. >>> after a ten-hour standoff, holster police they roved a body believed to be a missing mother heather carroll. they found the body inside the home of david jose quarter ez, he's being held on murder charges after a standoff that ended at 3:00 this morning. heather carroll is a holster mother reported missing on wednesday when she didn't pick her son up from school. the suspect told officers where to find her body during interviews after his arrest. the standoff began friday evening. police were on their way to interview him when they got a tip he was suicidal and armed. he refused to come out for ten hours finally surrendering early this morning. >>> if you live in the south bay, you will soon have to dial differently adding a few extra numbers when you make a call. sa
partner of a 60-year-old retired san francisco firefighter who owns the property. he is not considered a suspect by police. investigators, though, say they were shocked by the brutality of the attack. valuables also taken from the home. police did release a photo of the victim's 2006 volvo station wagon which was driven for a couple of hours after the fire and then abandoned. witnesses describe the man who took the car as a short young man in his late teens. >> i characterize this crime as one of the most violent crimes that i have witnessed in my 15 years with the alameda county sheriff's office. >> detectives speculate the suspect may have entered the home through a door or window left open during the warm weather. >>> a deadly surf session with his buddies. a surfer is dead after a shark attack in the waters off vandenburg air force base on the central coast. it happened this morning near surf beach which is about 50 miles north of santa barbara. four friends were surfing when one was attacked by a shark. after pulling the 40-year-old surfer from the water, friends tried cpr but the
protests. the archbishop was installed to his post during a ceremony at san francisco st. mary's cathedral. 2,000 people attended the saver money, including high-ranking vatican officials. outside the cathedral, the archbishop's supporters were joined by gay rights protesters upset by his openly stance against gay marriage. >> sad that they're going to put him here in san francisco where so many gay families live. i've got a child myself. my family no different than any other family. the fact that i'm gay means nothing. yet, he has dedicated pretty much his life's work to fighting against that. >> most of the archdiocese of a half million people, about 65% of them are ethnic, working-class people. their big issue is not gay marriage. >> him of -- >> he's alsotude tuddue to appe san diego courtroom tuesday after an arrest in august for drunk driving. >>> an east bay product will lead the nation's largest university network. the cal state university system. 63-year-old timothy white is currently the chancellor at u.c. riverside. he'll take over as the csu chancellor in december. white was bo
in san francisco. joe has the story. >> reporter: the aging, rotting piers 30 and 32 along san francisco's waterfront, a vast parking lot not normally described with words like visionary. today architects hired by the golden state warriors used glowing terms as they revealed initial plans to built a multi-purpose arena on the 13-acre site. >> it's a wow moment. as you move along the embarcadero, you turn towards this plaza. and there's an amazing bridge. >> it was designed to preserve views of the bay and bay bridge. it will include seven acres of open space with access to the bay, large open terraces covering 630 parking spaces, several large retail buildings and a 170,000 square foot arena with glass walls sxhor views. >> it has a secular design of a sort of ramping exterior ramp that goes along the side of the pier, along the water's edge. >> reporter: the team is unveiling preliminary designs as it attempts to win over public sentiment for the $100 million project which it is financing. >> a lot of people that were concerned we would build disneyland on piers 30 and 32 will be quite
where you can see the san francisco police department has the street barricaded off as the first of three fundraisers takes place. this is the first of three tonight. from here he will travel six blocks up the street to the big gra graham civic auditorium. reporting live from san francis francisco. nbcbay area news. >> jean, big concert, big meal and big money. should be quite a party with notable names, right? >> that is right. big names, celebrity chefs are helping the president raise much needed cash. >> one veteran says he is not voting, he says voting for the top two candidates are trying to change the minds here tonight. but barack obama supporters say he needs four more years. >> they are voting for occupation in afghanistan. so, we are going to have a president until 2024. we are asking people not to take part in voting for that system. i believe that our economy is on the right track. we want to make sure that he finishes what he started. the president will be meeting with a group of 100 bigger donors talking to them over dinner. and then he'll drop in on a concert event
, jodi hernandez, nbc bay area news. >> while most counties require postage, san francisco voters don't need a stamp at all. election workers urge that you put it in the mail by tomorrow to make sure it gets in on time. >>> still ahead, some schools overlooking a federal law that protects students. the investigative unit exposes a breakdown in that system. >>> a potential early treatment for autism. that's next. ah. fire bad! just have to fire roast these tomatoes. do you churn your own butter what? too? this is going to give you a head start on your dinner. that seems easier sure does who are you? [ female announcer ] new progresso recipe starters. five delicious cooking sauces you combine with fresh ingredients to make amazing home-cooked meals. ♪ ambiance [ female announcer ] new progresso recipe starters. your head-start to home cooked. >>> in health matters tonight, many cancer patients feel sick long after they're cured from their disease. at least a third of cancer survivors continue to suffer physical and mental problems long after the treatments end. those who sur
. >> thank you, scott. >>> san francisco is striking back against traffic backup created by the private buses hired by silicon valley. supervisor john avila wants to designate had they can pick up people on city streets. he's concerned about commute hours. the proposal would force operators to pay a fee to use the stops or pick up or drop off commuters. the supervisor hopes to have a plan implemented by the end of 2013. >>> auto our forecast is changing rapidly. let's check in with jeff ranieri. >> from 90s down to the 70s across the bay area. 74 for a high in concord. 81 in santa teresa. 78 in san jose. 71 in san francisco. 69 in oakland. current temperatures dropping off a lot. you think about where we were two to three days ago, we had 90s. widespread 60s from santa rosa and oakland at 63. a lot of fog in place of the we'll take you outside of that live hd cam network. not only the fog in san francisco but areas of drizzle. if you're headed near the coastline or the peninsula, be prepared for that decreased visibility. down in san jose, we had blue sky, a few areas of haze this afternoon.
not wear orange and black, you will be a standout. live in san francisco, kimberly terry nbc bay area news. >>> a standout and not in a good way. >> what if you're wearing tigers colors? >> then you're just out. okay. well, if the bar thing is not your scene, there is another way to watch the world series. it's for free. >> old school way to watch baseball and you're right there at the ballpark. >> world series suf very nears, programs. >> reporter: at&t park was the center of the sporting universe today. the black and orange faithful filing into the stadium to witness a world series firsthand. >> you can see the game through the fence. you're listening to it on the radio. >> reporter: but on the back side of at&t harold leg get was lined up for a different sort of firsthand view. >> it's a wonderful experience. it's very exhilarating. it's where the die hard fans are that can't afford to go in and can't afford the ticket. >> reporter: the arcade with the left field view is for fans who come to the game with everything except tickets. >> you get to enjoy it for people who are here. we're a
. >> it's great for the organization, more so great for our northern california region and san francisco. our fan base is maybe the best in sports. >> reporter: fans say seeing the team is well worth the wait. >> it's so awesome. i'm feeling a dynasty. >> we live and breathe the giants. we are so thrilled for them. >> good to be here last time in 2010. stoked to be here and welcome these guys home this time. >> reporter: among the fans, this 3-year-old who re-enacted some of the giants' pitchers' best moves and 2-year-old miguel diaz who is celebrating the clean sweep. they have tomorrow to rest before the big parade set for halloween. >> i think orange and black on halloween is very natural. but i think that's a way to actually do two birds with one stone. there were going to be people taking off that day anyway to celebrate the halloween day. >> reporter: this is video from the 2010 world series parade when tens of thousands of fans descended on market street as cable cars carried the players and their families. wednesday's parade will follow a similar path at the foot of market and we
through the evening and the winds out here in san francisco, kind of breezy. 15 to 25 miles per hour. looking at the fleet week forecast if we've got an upper level low. then plain english. we're expecting partly cloudy skies, in the 60s, the america's pup wins, up to 20 miles per hour. should see temperatures in the low to mid-60s there too. the national league division series gets under way tomorrow. we'll see numbers in the upper 60s. lastly, over to sunday we'll look at the 49ers forecast. temperatures in thess for sunday. you notice the numbers are cool. that's one part of the story. temperaturewise not too bad including blue grass at golden gate park. you'll be fine. late in the weekend where things could get interesting. sunday into monday, we're tracking a chance of showers showing up. coming up a full look at that and what it means for the rest of your weekend plans. back to you. >> thanks a lot, rob. let's keep that rain off until next week. another reason to stay out of your car this weekend. gas prices sparked again. how high are they going to go and when will they fall.
that we all rise above, i think, this experience, which is agonizing for all of san francisco. >> reporter: he took time to talk with nbc bay area before he returned to the office. he says he's exhausted but ready to get back to the business of being sheriff. >> i'll honor all of the publicly elected offices that this city requires us to do so. this is what a mayor does. >> reporter: mayor ed lee says he'll work with him, but he's not happy with the board of supervisors' decision to reinstate him. >> i'm disappointed at these four individual supervisors who i think found their way to find an excuse. this is not what i believe to be qualities of someone holding the office of sheriff of the city and county of san francisco. >> reporter: that's not phasing mirarimi. esdz he told responsibility for bruising wife, and he says all he's been through will make him an even better sheriff. >> looking in the mirror and just not happy with myself, but doing everything i possibly can to be a better man, husband and father, better public servant. a lot of soul-searching and intro spekz. >> reporter: the
to take you to games as a little kid. >> san francisco and detroit in the world series is creating a lot of new family memorandums. bryan stow was seen being pushed into the ballpark in a wheelchair. stow suffered a brain injury when he was attacked outside dodger stadium where he was rooting on his giants in 2011. he is still receiving treatment for his injuries but he is also still a big giants fan and he has a lot of company tonight. so there is a lot of excitement here in the 21st amendment that the giants will win game two. we're live in san francisco. back to you. >> one of the hot spots at the ballpark. the game is scoreless in the fourth inning. we invite to you stay with us in the nbc bay area for our behind the scenes coverage of this world series. that includes postgame coverage from the clubhouse. right after the game ends. we'll have much more later in the newscast. >>> grab your boots, poles, and that board. at least one tahoe ski resort is opening tomorrow. a $15 lift ticket all day. this is video squaw which opened for one day today for a special fundraiser to help young
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